To systematically summarize the randomized trial evidence regarding the relative effectiveness of cognitive behavioural therapy CBT in patients with depression in receipt of disability benefits in comparison to those not receiving disability benefits. Three teams of reviewers, independently and in duplicate, completed title and abstract screening, full text review and data extraction. We performed an individual patient data meta-analysis to summarize data. Our data does not support the hypothesis that CBT has smaller effects in depressed patients receiving disability benefits versus other patients. Given that the confidence interval is wide, a decreased effect is still possible, though if the difference exists, it is likely to be small. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Premenstrual Syndromes: A Review of the Literature
Cognitive behavioral intervention CBI is a process by which patients learn to become experts of their own behavior. Through CBI, patients learn to examine their thoughts, recognize when negative thoughts are increasing, and then apply a number of strategies to alter those negative thoughts and emotions. The theory behind CBI is that if people can learn to better understand their thoughts and emotions, then they can also alter them through a host of strategies or exercises. The ultimate goal of CBI is to teach patients how to change undesirable emotions, such as anxiety and anger, that result in maladaptive or destructive behaviors. CBI strategies, all of which are focused on increasing positive behaviors, reducing undesirable or inappropriate behaviors, and promoting self-control, include actionable goals that promote problem-solving, communication, relaxation, and self-awareness.
In this essay, I will look at an intervention used to help young people who suffer from mental health issues such as, low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post—traumatic stress disorder. I will explain both what an intervention is and what cognitive behavioural therapy is. I will briefly describe how cognitive behavioural therapy works and provide both the positives and negatives of this intervention.